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Displaying items by tag: Automotive technology

Monday, 23 November 2009 19:39

Math tackles the rear-end collision

According to U.S. researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology, rear-end collisions can be avoided by a simple algorithm inserted into your car’s computer that tells a driver that the car in front is going slower than they are.

Published in Health
Monday, 09 November 2009 18:14

BMW, Honda top most-reliable U.K. car ranking

According to the publication Fleet News, the top two most reliable automobile manufacturers used by British fleet management companies are BMW and Honda. And for most reliable car models, Honda had three of the top five models, with BMW capturing the other two spots.

Published in Energy
An Oregon State University study has shown that automobile tires could someday be made partially out of trees—and they would perform better than silica-based rubber tires, save people money on fuel costs, and cost less to purchase. It sounds like they are "barking up the right tree"!

Published in Energy




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